Gay Couple Accepts Responsibility For Every Major Disaster of the Last 50 Years

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Following the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy, a homosexual couple in Suffolk have stepped forward to take responsibility for the event and countless others before it.

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“ WOOF ! ”

Since: Nov 12

Coolidge, AZ

#66 Nov 8, 2012
snyper wrote:
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I understand. I'm just trying to eliminate possibilities.
Is she taking water today?
In the meantime, can you grow some wheat grass for your kitties? It's good for them. So is catmint (not nip). They get trace enzymes and chlorophyll from them, and will floss their teeth after eating. lol. Is there a "PetSmart" in your area? They sell it in 4" pots. I grew my own in those 2ft long plastic window planters. I'd plant in 8" patches, starting at one end, wait a few days then plant the next. It isn't very long-lived, so planting becomes a regular thing. My guys watched the process with great interest, and regularly inspected the progress. Each developed their own favorite stage of maturity. Some preferred the young leaves, others more mature.
Despite conventional lore, cats like certain grasses and leaves as a regular part of their diet, even without any illness. Over the decades, I've noted a reduced incidence of FUS, even among cats who were neutered too early. I've also noticed that cats like the smell of mints of all varieties. ALL of mine also liked to lay on pine needles once they start to brown.
I gave her antibiotics, and food and water today. she won't eat or drink on her own. She as a vet appointment again this afternon, becaue I want them to check her white blood cell count to see if teh antibiotics are having any affect.

Since: Mar 09

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#67 Nov 8, 2012
Fa-Foxy wrote:
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I gave her antibiotics, and food and water today. she won't eat or drink on her own. She as a vet appointment again this afternon, becaue I want them to check her white blood cell count to see if teh antibiotics are having any affect.
Push the water a bit, with a tiny bit of food dissolved in it. You're using an oral syringe, right? When you see the vet, ask about subcutaneous hydration.

I'll be pulling for her.
Johnny

Chattanooga, TN

#68 Nov 8, 2012
your all a bunch of turd burglers. you would have thougt aids would have taken care of the gay problem by now.

“Alley Cat Blues”

Since: Sep 08

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#69 Nov 8, 2012
luv Sarah Palin wrote:
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Do you think they will have pictures of Obama crying as he gives his concession speech at the library?
No dear, because none exist. HA!

“Alley Cat Blues”

Since: Sep 08

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#70 Nov 8, 2012
Johnny wrote:
your all a bunch of turd burglers. you would have thougt aids would have taken care of the gay problem by now.
Well, Einstein, straight people keep producing gay children!!

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#71 Nov 8, 2012
just me wrote:
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Lol! I haven't seen luv on any topix since Romney lost!
Can't say I didn't warn her.:)

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#72 Nov 8, 2012
Rambeaux wrote:
<quoted text>As for me, I would like to go to Colorado and legally smoke a couple of joints. Gives a new meaning to Rocky Mountain High.
LOL.
Pot is all but legal in CA.
We have more pot shops than Starbucks in LA. In the Valley, it seems there is at least one on every block.

Since: Apr 11

North Hollywood, CA

#74 Nov 8, 2012
Fa-Foxy wrote:
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Samantha has been at the vet al day and I just picked her up. The vet says she has a severe bladder infection, and pneumonia. She gave me antibiotics for her.
She as at death's door Sunday morning and the vet only gave her a 10% chance of survival. Now she says she sees a decrease of her white blood cell count since the antibiotics 2 days ago, so she's giving her a 30% chance of survival. That's not good but better tahn Sunday.
She said I can bring her back each day if I need to, but she said all i can do right now is give her the antibiotics and food and water.
She's only 11 years old and has always been a n exceptionally good and loving companion.
Calley, my 3-legged male, is almost 13 years old, and he has an auto-immune liver disease that was diagnosed 2 years ago, and he has been on 3 daily medications the past 2 years and he is doing well. So if anyone was to get suddenly sick, I would have expected it to be him and not Samantha.
I've been very upset about this since Sunday.
:(
Animals are better than people.
Have you tried vitamin E? I've used it with sick cats, and it can work wonders. I just poked a hole in a natural vitamin E capsule, and rubbed a drop on the cat's mouth once a day for a few days.

“What Goes Around, Comes Around”

Since: Mar 07

Kansas City, MO.

#75 Nov 8, 2012
Brandon wrote:
I think the queers responsible for all these disasters should be arrested!!!
YOU should be the first one arrested. You make disasters out of this forum everyday all day with your 100 sockpuppet names and post. R1 LOL@U

“ WOOF ! ”

Since: Nov 12

Coolidge, AZ

#76 Nov 8, 2012
snyper wrote:
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Push the water a bit, with a tiny bit of food dissolved in it. You're using an oral syringe, right? When you see the vet, ask about subcutaneous hydration.
I'll be pulling for her.
Done all that. She goes back tomorrw to teh vet at 9am.
She's never been sick a day in her life and now all of a sudden, in just a few hours, it's such a shock.:(

And she has a "special relationship" with Jaime my youngest.:(

I think I deal with this better than with animals, because they're so innocent.:(

Since: Mar 09

Location hidden

#77 Nov 8, 2012
Brandon wrote:
I think the queers responsible for all these disasters should be arrested!!!
just me

Searcy, AR

#78 Nov 9, 2012
It's their fault for the Paris Hilton movie? They should be punished!

“Antisocialistic”

Since: May 12

Lake Charles, LA

#79 Nov 10, 2012
Poorly written, biased, and a pathetic attempt at 15 minutes of fame.

“Antisocialistic”

Since: May 12

Lake Charles, LA

#80 Nov 10, 2012
Fa-Foxy wrote:
<quoted text>Done all that. She goes back tomorrw to teh vet at 9am.
She's never been sick a day in her life and now all of a sudden, in just a few hours, it's such a shock.:(

And she has a "special relationship" with Jaime my youngest.:(

I think I deal with this better than with animals, because they're so innocent.:(
Hopefully Samantha is on the road to recovery.
Just a few things to rule out, and a few things you can do:
1. Are there any plants in the house that she chews on?
2. Is she spayed? If not, rule out pyometra.
3. Has she been tested for feline leukemia, FIV, and FIP?
4. Try a highly palatable canned food mixed into a gruel. The best two are Royal Canin Recovery, and Science Diet a/d.
5. If she isn't taking in enough water, have your vet administer subcutaneous fluids to get her caught up.

I hope some of this helps. BTW, how high was the white count on her CBC? And, was her potassium level checked?
Leader of the Pack

Round Lake, IL

#81 Nov 10, 2012
Fa-Foxy wrote:
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Done all that. She goes back tomorrw to teh vet at 9am.
She's never been sick a day in her life and now all of a sudden, in just a few hours, it's such a shock.:(
And she has a "special relationship" with Jaime my youngest.:(
I think I deal with this better than with animals, because they're so innocent.:(
Has she had any vaccines recently? I lost two dogs to auto immune hemolytic anemia, one was vaccine induced. I just recently read that cats get it too. Not sure what is done in the bloodwork on a cat but check her PCV or Hematocrit if it shows signs of being low it is a possibility to look into.

I hope all is well...

“Antisocialistic”

Since: May 12

Lake Charles, LA

#82 Nov 10, 2012
Leader of the Pack wrote:
<quoted text>Has she had any vaccines recently? I lost two dogs to auto immune hemolytic anemia, one was vaccine induced. I just recently read that cats get it too. Not sure what is done in the bloodwork on a cat but check her PCV or Hematocrit if it shows signs of being low it is a possibility to look into.

I hope all is well...
The hematocrit is evaluated in the CBC which is what told the Vet there was elevated white blood cells indicating an infection.
You are correct in that the new 3 year vaccines can create some health issues because of the stronger adjuvant used in them. Everyone wants to get away from the yearly vaccines with the weaker adjuvant because they want to have fewer Vet visits. Not a good idea in my opinion.
Leader of the Pack

Round Lake, IL

#83 Nov 10, 2012
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
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The hematocrit is evaluated in the CBC which is what told the Vet there was elevated white blood cells indicating an infection.
You are correct in that the new 3 year vaccines can create some health issues because of the stronger adjuvant used in them. Everyone wants to get away from the yearly vaccines with the weaker adjuvant because they want to have fewer Vet visits. Not a good idea in my opinion.
More concerning are the combination vaccines - it bombards the immune system kicking it into overdrive causing many of the auto immune issues we are now seeing in pets. It is my understanding as of a few years ago, that the 3 year vaccines and 1 year contain the same amount of adjuvants - they are just labeled differently to appease the Counties.

“Antisocialistic”

Since: May 12

Lake Charles, LA

#84 Nov 10, 2012
Leader of the Pack wrote:
<quoted text>More concerning are the combination vaccines - it bombards the immune system kicking it into overdrive causing many of the auto immune issues we are now seeing in pets. It is my understanding as of a few years ago, that the 3 year vaccines and 1 year contain the same amount of adjuvants - they are just labeled differently to appease the Counties.
No, it's not the amount of adjuvant it's the strength/immune response.
The stronger adjuvants are thought to be more likely to lead to injection site sarcomas as well.
Unfortunately, if not for combination vaccines, your pet would be at the Vet every month getting a vaccine injection.

Since: Mar 09

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#85 Nov 10, 2012
Prep-for-Dep wrote:
Poorly written, biased, and a pathetic attempt at 15 minutes of fame.
It was an Onion piece.

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Since: Jun 11

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#86 Nov 23, 2012
You haven't seen Anything yet!! Just wait.

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